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    Sticky: Read OP...

    Read OP...
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    Sticky: If it says Creapure as the source, then yes,...

    If it says Creapure as the source, then yes, they're all selling the same creatine produced in Germany. If not, then various Chinese manufacturers ranging from good to not so good...
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    Sticky: Y'all, a new meta looking at outcomes important...

    Y'all, a new meta looking at outcomes important to elderly populations:

    Whey protein ingestion in elderly diet and the association with physical, performance and clinical outcomes
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    Sticky: Said it 9,103,183 times before, will say it...

    Said it 9,103,183 times before, will say it again: creatine is a supplement I'd use and recommend if I didn't exercise at all...
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    Sticky: This new study, with the bizzaro name of ANCHORS...

    This new study, with the bizzaro name of ANCHORS A-WHEY, found interesting effects: "favorable reductions in aortic stiffness and aortic hemodynamic load"

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    ANCHORS A-WHEY was a 12-week...
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    Sticky: Does whey have any potential benefits to this...

    Does whey have any potential benefits to this current Covid 19 crisis? I strongly suspect the answer is yes: Whey is the most effect way to increase glutathione (GSH), which is essential for the...
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    Sticky: Folks, interesting paper on the...

    Folks, interesting paper on the Appetite−Suppressant/GLP-1-Stimulating Effects of Whey Proteins:

    The Appetite−Suppressant and GLP-1-Stimulating Effects of Whey Proteins in Obese Subjects are...
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    Sticky: Studies continue to support creatine as a...

    Studies continue to support creatine as a supplement with a wide range of potential benefits to body and mind, some of which I posted before as well as additional links. A new study found an ...
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    Sticky: This may not seem whey related to some, but it...

    This may not seem whey related to some, but it is, as whey is the most effective method - along with it's many other potential benefits - to keep Glutathione levels up. NAC is another route of...
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    Sticky: While more data is needed, study strongly suggest...

    While more data is needed, study strongly suggest creatine a benefit to TBI and this is not the first to discuss it (1)


    Beyond muscle: the effects of creatine supplementation on brain creatine,...
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    Sticky: That's because there are none... If you're...

    That's because there are none...



    If you're really going to stress about it that much, probably shouldn't bother.
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    Sticky: This is potentially a big deal. Support cellular...

    This is potentially a big deal. Support cellular energy and healthy mitochondria is well established, but actually increase mitochondrial biogenesis in both muscle and cardiac tissue in response to...
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    Sticky: Per OP, timing does not matter, so taking pre...

    Per OP, timing does not matter, so taking pre workout may upset stomach. Don't do that. Best way to reduce GI issues is to pre dissolve in hot liquid then drink that. I mix it in my coffee via my...
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    Sticky: Some still think caffeine negates the benefits of...

    Some still think caffeine negates the benefits of the creatine as previously thought due to old = and debunked – data. it’s another classic myth that needs to die.

    Fast forward to current data, a...
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    Sticky: Links in OP and a few supplied cover it. Two...

    Links in OP and a few supplied cover it. Two places on the planet CM is made in bulk: China via various manufacturers of varying quality, and Germany via AlzChem, brand name Creapure. Companies using...
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    Sticky: Any quality creatine product is allergen free....

    Any quality creatine product is allergen free. It's as simple as that. Creatine is a synthetic product and there's no plant/animal allergens in creatine.



    You tell me bro. Subtract that 4g of...
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    Sticky: I never said it was bad (inferior to CM). I...

    I never said it was bad (inferior to CM). I predicted it was on par with CM in terms of effects, and and a study just out comparing them supports that conclusion which I cover here:
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    Sticky: I doubt your doc would say yes to the idea, and...

    I doubt your doc would say yes to the idea, and in your case that's probably prudent. You'd be in a the very small group of people for which creatine is contraindicated per OP.
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    Sticky: Waste how? That advice of adding it to warm/hot...

    Waste how? That advice of adding it to warm/hot liquids (vs boiling....) came from me. Maybe I should update the OP with that topic. Source of that advice:
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    Sticky: Ah well, same reason as always dude, $. As...

    Ah well, same reason as always dude, $. As mentioned the German made Creapure costs more. Now, that's not so say the Chinese can't make a quality creatine, and it's gotten better over the years, me,...
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